PolyTEAK Guide to Caring for and Cleaning Your Outdoor Furniture

PolyTEAK Guide to Caring for and Cleaning Your Outdoor Furniture

Depending on the weather where you live, your outdoor furniture can go through a lot: sun, rain, or even snow! After a while, your beautiful furniture, no matter how durable, can start to look a little dirty. But weโ€™ve got great news for you. PolyTEAK outdoor furniture is remarkably easy to clean and maintain for season after season. Furthermore, here is a handy guide for you to follow!

Cleaning Your Outdoor Furniture: Soap and Water

You can simply use soap and warm water for cleaning your PolyTEAK outdoor furniture. With a cloth or sponge, wipe down each chair, table, or ottoman. Because some grime may get caught in the simulated wood grain, you can use a stiff bristle brush to break up the dirt particles.

Cleaning Your Outdoor Furniture: Sanding Sponge

For tough stains, dirt, or grime, use a sanding sponge. Using sandpaper, you can scrub at the dirt and then wipe it away with a clean cloth. PolyTEAKโ€™s specialized poly lumber formula wonโ€™t be damaged by the sandpaper. As a result, you can wipe away stains with ease. Talk about low maintenance!

Cleaning Your Outdoor Furniture: Extra Cleaning Power

Finally, if you need some extra cleaning power, you can add 25% bleach with 75% water when you wash your PolyTEAK outdoor furniture.

Another option is to use a hose to spray your furniture and then wipe it dry using a clean cloth. Or, if you have one available, you can also use a pressure washer on a low setting.

In conclusion, here at PolyTEAK it is our goal to provide you with durable, long-lasting, quality products. We want our customers to enjoy our products with little to no worry about having to repaint, retouch, or replace. Our outdoor products are made of 100% water resistant and weatherproof lumber. With a sophisticated, all-weather design, our products can remain outdoors for season after season.
  • Richard on

    When will 2 gray side tables be available?
    What is the price of the side table?

  • Sonia Crandell on

    When will black side tables be available?

  • Barry Wayne Helberg on

    What sanding sponge do you recommend? My white table is very dirty?

  • Denise Spears on

    Any idea when the white ottoman may be back in stock?


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